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2007-2008 Men's Basketball Roster


Josh Sain

Class: FR-HS
Position: G/F
Height: 6-5
Weight: 205 pounds
Previous School: Liberty Tech Magnet HS
Hometown: Jackson, Tenn.

LIBERTY TECH MAGNET SCHOOL
Named one of Tennessee's top prospects by Rick Bolus' rankings in 2006-07 and ranked fourth-best prospect in the state by Tennessee Prep Hoops ... Finalist for Class AA Mr. Basketball ... Led Liberty Tech to back-to-back Tennessee Class AA state championships ... Averaged 20 points, seven rebounds as a senior to lead Liberty Tech to a 37-3 record and the 2007 state championship ... Capped a remarkable state tournament run at Middle Tennessee's Murphy Center with a 34-point, 14-rebound performance in the championship game ... Named State Tournament MVP after scoring a tournament-best 75 points in three games ... Finished season ranked No. 13 nationally in the final RISE/SI.com poll and USA Today ... Liberty Tech was 111-21 during his three-year career, including back-to-back state titles ... All six seniors signed national letters-of-intent ... Two-time All-State Tournament selection ... Two-time All-State pick by both the Tennessee Sports Writers Association and Associated Press ... Averaged 10 points, six rebounds and two steals as a reserve during team's 2006 title run ... Named to City of Palms and Arby's Classic All-Tournament teams in 2006-07 ... Named All-District and All-Region in both the regular season and postseason tournaments as a junior and senior ... Surpassed 1,000 points for career with 34 in the state title game vs. Memphis Mitchell, giving him 1,033 during his prep career ... Scored team-high 24 points against national powerhouse Oak Hill Academy ... Played in Tennessee Athletic Coaches Association East-West All-Star game as a senior ... Most Valuable Player at the Golden Circle All-Star Game.

PERSONAL
Born: Aug. 5, 1988 ... Son of Diann Chatman ... Major: Undecided.



2007-2008 Game-by-Game Stats